The temple can be reached by taking Bus 896 from Nangang Station
By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
The temple is most popular in late November and December when the maple leaves turn red. Even so, the temple is still worth a visit anytime for its simple architecture, which features Japanese and Chinese elements, as well as a photogenic environment that includes a double-arched bridge, Japanese-style stone lanterns, and secluded footpaths.
The double-arched bridge can be reached by taking the trail on the left side of the temple which leads to a hillside behind the building. The bridge is a particularly popular spot for taking photos.